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“If everything—the architecture, the soil, the water, the food, the clothing, the travel—is built for degradation, subjugation, servitude, and invisibility, what does it take for one or two people, or masses, to end those conditions, to re-center oneself toward liberation? There has to be, for me, a hunt towards that. If I find one story and I follow that narrative, it opens up the system.” —@torkwasedyson in conversation with Mabel WilsonThis is the last week to see Torkwase Dyson’s solo exhibition "1919: Black Water,” which closes on Saturday December 14th! Be sure to pick up a copy of the exhibition booklet, which includes two interviews that unpack the intellectual and artistic preoccupations that have informed Dyson’s project. Architect and historian Mabel O. Wilson speaks with Dyson about the artist’s concept of "black compositional thought" and its potential to uncover more equitable and inclusive forms of artistic and architectural representation. The booklet also includes a conversation between Dyson and marine biologist Ayana Elizabeth Johnson (@ayanaeliza) about ocean conservation, race and climate migration, and the importance of recognizing water as culture. A PDF of the booklet is available for download on the GSAPP website (link in bio). Organized by Columbia GSAPP and curated by Irene Sunwoo (@_rinks)Install photos by @nicholasknightstudioGraphic design by @estudioherreraArthur Ross Architecture GalleryColumbia GSAPPGallery Hours: Wednesday–Saturday 12–6pm.#ColumbiaGSAPP #exhibition #arthurrossarchitecturegallery #torkwasedyson #1919blackwater #architectureexhibition #blackcompositionalthought
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“If everything—the architecture, the soil, the water, the food, the clothing, the travel—is built for degradation, subjugation, servitude, and invisibility, what does it take for one or two people, or masses, to end those conditions, to re-center oneself toward liberation? There has to be, for me, a hunt towards that. If I find one story and I follow that narrative, it opens up the system.” —@torkwasedyson in conversation with Mabel Wilson This is the last week to see Torkwase Dyson’s solo exhibition "1919: Black Water,” which closes on Saturday December 14th! Be sure to pick up a copy of the exhibition booklet, which includes two interviews that unpack the intellectual and artistic preoccupations that have informed Dyson’s project. Architect and historian Mabel O. Wilson speaks with Dyson about the artist’s concept of "black compositional thought" and its potential to uncover more equitable and inclusive forms of artistic and architectural representation. The booklet also includes a conversation between Dyson and marine biologist Ayana Elizabeth Johnson (@ayanaeliza) about ocean conservation, race and climate migration, and the importance of recognizing water as culture. A PDF of the booklet is available for download on the GSAPP website (link in bio). Organized by Columbia GSAPP and curated by Irene Sunwoo (@_rinks) Install photos by @nicholasknightstudio Graphic design by @estudioherrera Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery Columbia GSAPP Gallery Hours: Wednesday–Saturday 12–6pm. #ColumbiaGSAPP #exhibition #arthurrossarchitecturegallery #torkwasedyson #1919blackwater #architectureexhibition #blackcompositionalthought

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#finalreview presentation for the Advanced V Architecture Studio led by Paul Preissner @distantbuffalo: a Hall made of Concrete and Rocks and maybe Mud or Dirt and possibly Wood and then also probably something Else. Guest critics included #AlexLehnerer, @Jesse.liam.McCormick, @BenjaminCadena, and @TeiCarpenter, and Dan Wood @dxwood @work.ac. This studio investigates projects that are a product of material research and exploration. Students work with earth materials and basic processes and configure them into a building that does not reference or represent anything. It’s not an abstraction or a metaphor, but exists as a physical reality, it is it. 📸 @adela.dwg #ColumbiaGSAPP #gsappadvancedstudio #architecture #review

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#finalreview presentation for the Advanced V Architecture Studio "The Cheyenne Free State" led by Jimenez Lai @0super @_bureauspectacular. Guest critics included @LydiaKallipoliti, Catherine Ingraham, Jinhee Park @ssdarchitecture, Sara Burlingame, Marian Orr, Laura Diamond @kamaraprojects, Thomas Kelley @norman.kelley, and Beau Willimon. This studio is an applied-utopia. The students design a small collection of speculative arch-characters upon scattered urbanism like a smorgasbord of treats. This project is an independent commune for the cultivation and advancement of art, technology, and culinary arts. Alongside the architecture and urbanism, the studio also develops a series of short stories to consider the cultures contained within and between the buildings. Additionally, the studio develops a book to communicate the research, analysis, and speculations on the future of Wyoming. 📸 @adela.dwg #ColumbiaGSAPP #gsappadvancedstudio #architecture #review

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#finalreview presentations for the Core I Architecture Studio led by Alessandro Orsini @orsiniale @architensions. Guest critics included @MarceloLópezDinardi, Nick McDermott, @stephalin, Will Prince @ParcOffice, Jaffer Kolb @jafferkolb @new_affiliates, and Ivi Diamantopoulou @ivi_ivi @new_affiliates. Core I Architecture Studio approaches the discipline from a contemporary context, understanding architecture in its networked condition and the shift of public space. It takes the everyday life of New York City as a starting point and base for an architectural proposal. 📸 @chijenwamg #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #review

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#finalreview presentations for the Core I Architecture studio led by @aminablacksher. Guest critics included DK Osseo-Asare @yosseo @lowdesignoffice, @KadambariBaxi, @ArianeLourieHarrison, Tal Schori @grtarchitects, @brandt_knapp @brandt_haferd, Jerome Haferd @jhaferd @brandt_haferd, Mar Granados @margranados6, and #LindyRoy. Core I Architecture Studio approaches the discipline from a contemporary context, understanding architecture in its networked condition and the shift of public space. It takes the everyday life of New York City as a starting point and base for an architectural proposal. 📸 @chijenwamg #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #review

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#finalreview presentations for the Core I Architecture Studio led by @jafferkolb @new_affiliates. Guest critics included Bryony Roberts @bryonypix, @Hayley_Eber, Rosalyne Shieh @rfshieh @SchaumShieh, Ivi Diamantopoulou @ivi_ivi @New_Affiliates, Colleen Tuite @rare.earth.magnet, Oana Stanescu @oooooana, @Lindsey_Wikstrom_lee, and Irene Sunwoo @_rinks. Core I Architecture Studio approaches the discipline from a contemporary context, understanding architecture in its networked condition and the shift of public space. It takes the everyday life of New York City as a starting point and base for an architectural proposal. #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #review

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"GSAPP is a cauldron where all the capacities of architecture are being explored and reinvented: issues of climate change, borders, the way we turn technology accountable, the ways we can deal with identities, new forms of public space—all of these are urgent issues that can only be addressed through architecture." Listen to Andrés Jaque, Director of the Advanced Architectural Design program, talk about how the program provides students with the opportunity to conceptualize design as a critical practice that shapes the world’s technological, relational, and environmental evolutions. By aligning new models of response to new architectural modes of practice, the program strives to empower graduating students in the face of unknown future scenarios.Visit link in profile to watch the full video, which includes a roundtable discussion with Dean Amale Andraos and students Max St. Pierre, Tola Oniyangi, Dylan Denton, and Anam Ahmed.The deadline to apply for GSAPP's Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design program is January 15 and the deadline to apply for the Master of Architecture program is January 3. Further details available at: www.arch.columbia.edu/admissions⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #gsappaad #aad #advancedarchitecturaldesign #design #apply #admissions #deadline #andresjaque #amaleandraos #nyc #graduateschool #columbiauniversity @andres_jaque
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"GSAPP is a cauldron where all the capacities of architecture are being explored and reinvented: issues of climate change, borders, the way we turn technology accountable, the ways we can deal with identities, new forms of public space—all of these are urgent issues that can only be addressed through architecture." Listen to Andrés Jaque, Director of the Advanced Architectural Design program, talk about how the program provides students with the opportunity to conceptualize design as a critical practice that shapes the world’s technological, relational, and environmental evolutions. By aligning new models of response to new architectural modes of practice, the program strives to empower graduating students in the face of unknown future scenarios. Visit link in profile to watch the full video, which includes a roundtable discussion with Dean Amale Andraos and students Max St. Pierre, Tola Oniyangi, Dylan Denton, and Anam Ahmed. The deadline to apply for GSAPP's Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design program is January 15 and the deadline to apply for the Master of Architecture program is January 3. Further details available at: www.arch.columbia.edu/admissions ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #gsappaad #aad #advancedarchitecturaldesign #design #apply #admissions #deadline #andresjaque #amaleandraos #nyc #graduateschool #columbiauniversity @andres_jaque

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#architecturemodels by Jonathan Foy @gnosisnirvana completed during the Spring 2019 Core II Studio led by Christoph Kumpusch @c_kumpusch (1) & the Core III Housing Studio led by @mario_gooden_thisishowwework (2) 📸 captured during the fall 2019 photo workshops led by Adela Locsin @adela.dwg, CJ Wang @chijenwamg, Yoonwon Kang @yooonwk, and Eunji Kang. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #housing #design ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ColumbiaGSAPP #housing #architecture #architecturemodel #making #wip

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"Our students are among the best in the world for visualizing three-dimensional, complex programs—whether it's a topographic map, an urban grid, or an urban substance—and translating not only the systemic thinking but also grounding that in sites and places where people live"Listen to Kate Orff, Director of the M.S. in Architecture and Urban Design Program, talk about how the program focuses on the city as an agent of resilient change and on the role of design in redefining the twenty-first century urban landscape, advancing new paradigms of research, practice, and pedagogy to meet the challenges of climate change, rapid urbanization, and social inequality.Visit link in profile to watch the full video, which includes a roundtable discussion with Assistant Program Director David Smiley, alumna Alexandra Burkhardt, and students Hugo Alberto Bovea, Nina Sky Lish, and Sophie Lee. The deadline to apply for Columbia GSAPP's Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design program is January 15. Further details available at: www.arch.columbia.edu/admissions⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#ColumbiaGSAPP #urbandesign #urbanism #design #apply #admissions #deadline #kateorff #nyc #graduateschool #columbiauniversity
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"Our students are among the best in the world for visualizing three-dimensional, complex programs—whether it's a topographic map, an urban grid, or an urban substance—and translating not only the systemic thinking but also grounding that in sites and places where people live" Listen to Kate Orff, Director of the M.S. in Architecture and Urban Design Program, talk about how the program focuses on the city as an agent of resilient change and on the role of design in redefining the twenty-first century urban landscape, advancing new paradigms of research, practice, and pedagogy to meet the challenges of climate change, rapid urbanization, and social inequality. Visit link in profile to watch the full video, which includes a roundtable discussion with Assistant Program Director David Smiley, alumna Alexandra Burkhardt, and students Hugo Alberto Bovea, Nina Sky Lish, and Sophie Lee. The deadline to apply for Columbia GSAPP's Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design program is January 15. Further details available at: www.arch.columbia.edu/admissions ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ColumbiaGSAPP #urbandesign #urbanism #design #apply #admissions #deadline #kateorff #nyc #graduateschool #columbiauniversity

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#architecturemodel by Erin Biediger @jpg.erin and Tung Nguyen @t4tung completed during the Fall 2019 Core III Housing Studio led by Hilary Sample @mmmosarchitects ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸 captured during the fall 2019 photo workshops led by Adela Locsin @adela.dwg, CJ Wang @chijenwamg, Yoonwon Kang @yooonwk, and Eunji Kang. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #housing #design

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"There's a sense of optimism here. Today, the world really needs us to think differently about cities, about the environment. Architects are at a crucial moment where they can really define new directions"Listen to Dean Amale Andraos talk about how Columbia GSAPP's architecture programs promote architectural experimentation, inspire re-invention, and encourage faculty and students to weave together critical discourse with technological skill, disciplinary expertise with expanded modes of practices, and design speculation with engagement in the issues of our time.Visit link in profile to watch the full video, which includes a roundtable discussion with Advanced Architectural Design Program Director Andrés Jaque and students Max St. Pierre, Tola Oniyangi, Dylan Denton, and Anam Ahmed.The deadline to apply for Columbia GSAPP's Master of Architecture program is January 3 and the deadline to apply for the Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design program is January 15. Further details available at: www.arch.columbia.edu/admissions⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #gsappaad #aad #advancedarchitecturaldesign #design #apply #admissions #deadline #amaleandraos #andresjaque #nyc #graduateschool #columbiauniversity
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"There's a sense of optimism here. Today, the world really needs us to think differently about cities, about the environment. Architects are at a crucial moment where they can really define new directions" Listen to Dean Amale Andraos talk about how Columbia GSAPP's architecture programs promote architectural experimentation, inspire re-invention, and encourage faculty and students to weave together critical discourse with technological skill, disciplinary expertise with expanded modes of practices, and design speculation with engagement in the issues of our time. Visit link in profile to watch the full video, which includes a roundtable discussion with Advanced Architectural Design Program Director Andrés Jaque and students Max St. Pierre, Tola Oniyangi, Dylan Denton, and Anam Ahmed. The deadline to apply for Columbia GSAPP's Master of Architecture program is January 3 and the deadline to apply for the Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design program is January 15. Further details available at: www.arch.columbia.edu/admissions ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #gsappaad #aad #advancedarchitecturaldesign #design #apply #admissions #deadline #amaleandraos #andresjaque #nyc #graduateschool #columbiauniversity

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Congratulations to @torkwasedyson, whose exhibition "1919: Black Water" is on view at GSAPP's Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, on a succession of brilliant accomplishments this month! Last week Torkwase Dyson presented her two-part performance “I Can Drink the Distance: Plantationocene in 2 Acts” at Pace Gallery in collaboration with Performa Biennial, and was also announced as one of ten recipients of a grant from Anonymous Was a Woman, an organization that supports the careers of women artists over the age of 40 at a critical juncture in their career. The week prior, the Studio Museum in Harlem named Dyson the winner of its 2019 Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize, which recognizes the artistic achievements of African American artists who demonstrate great innovation, promise, and creativity. GSAPP is proud to host Dyson’s exhibition "1919: Black Water” and to be part of an expanding cultural network that supports her artistic vision.Though the gallery will be closed Wednesday, Nov 27 through Saturday, Nov 30 for the holiday break, please visit “1919: Black Water” before it closes on December 14.@performanyc @pacegallery @studiomuseum @awaw.award#ColumbiaGSAPP #exhibition #rossgallery #torkwasedyson #1919blackwater #architectureexhibitionTorkwase Dyson, Plantationocene, 2019. Acrylic, graphite, brass, wood, ink on canvas. Photo by @nicholasknightstudio
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Congratulations to @torkwasedyson, whose exhibition "1919: Black Water" is on view at GSAPP's Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, on a succession of brilliant accomplishments this month! Last week Torkwase Dyson presented her two-part performance “I Can Drink the Distance: Plantationocene in 2 Acts” at Pace Gallery in collaboration with Performa Biennial, and was also announced as one of ten recipients of a grant from Anonymous Was a Woman, an organization that supports the careers of women artists over the age of 40 at a critical juncture in their career. The week prior, the Studio Museum in Harlem named Dyson the winner of its 2019 Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize, which recognizes the artistic achievements of African American artists who demonstrate great innovation, promise, and creativity. GSAPP is proud to host Dyson’s exhibition "1919: Black Water” and to be part of an expanding cultural network that supports her artistic vision. Though the gallery will be closed Wednesday, Nov 27 through Saturday, Nov 30 for the holiday break, please visit “1919: Black Water” before it closes on December 14. @performanyc @pacegallery @studiomuseum @awaw.award #ColumbiaGSAPP #exhibition #rossgallery #torkwasedyson #1919blackwater #architectureexhibition Torkwase Dyson, Plantationocene, 2019. Acrylic, graphite, brass, wood, ink on canvas. Photo by @nicholasknightstudio

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